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Come se fosse amore (2002)

The electrical engineer Aurelio Milano has created an extraordinary invention: the Trasognatore, a device that can get into the sleep of people and change behaviors, ways of being and ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Michelangelo Pulci ...
Aurelio Milano
Chiara Muti ...
Chiara
Alessandro Bianchi ...
Giotto
Gino Paoli ...
Aurelio's Father
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Carlo Denei ...
Denei
Andrea Di Marco ...
Angelo
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Fabrizio Pippo Lamberti ...
Gilberto
Fulvio Milani ...
Pompiere
Claudio Nocera ...
Costantino
Paolo Passano ...
Vincenzo
Andrea Santonastaso ...
Il pompiere
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The electrical engineer Aurelio Milano has created an extraordinary invention: the Trasognatore, a device that can get into the sleep of people and change behaviors, ways of being and thoughts of them. Then he decides to test his invention on three poor taxi drivers: Giotto, Gilberto and Constantine... Written by Edo

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Comedy | Musical

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Excellent and original musical
25 September 2011 | by See all my reviews

In the English translation, "As if it were love" is one of the best and possibly the most original musical I have watched in the last twenty years. London theatres would have a lot to learn from the choreography and arrangements of this Italian modern musical. A fantasy story of pure Italian intrigue around politics and love lends itself perfectly as the background to surprisingly pleasing modern ballets and songs. Unfortunately some Italian critics failed to value this musical discarding it as having a weak story and trying to find some political interpretation, but if one looks back in the history of English and American musicals the story line is always a pretext for fancy choreography, music and dances.


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